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Hinguar Maths Workshop Year 5 and 6 February 2015

Aims for today - The 4 operations – including methods used and progression through the key stage - End of Year Expectations - Your turn to have a go/Using and Applying - Year 6 SATS - Problem Solving - How you can help at home - My Maths - Online applications

We hope to. . . Provide you with a greater understanding of how mathematics is taught in school. - Show you the progression of the 4 operation methods through Key Stage 2. - Enable you to see the types of different questions children are asked in their assessments including Year 6 SATS. - See the importance of mental maths skills and the strategies children are taught. - Help you understand how you can help your child at home.

4 Operations: Written

Addition – Upper KS 2 Column Method: This method remains efficient when adding larger numbers and decimals. It is a quick and reliable method. 381+97= 478

Subtraction – Lower & Upper KS 2 Column Method – Decomposition: How would you do 234 -127= Children must keep being referred back to place value – it is 3 tens not just 3.

Now it’s your turn! Liam spends £ 14 altogether on the Big Wheel and the Rollercoaster. He goes on the Big Wheel twice. How many times does he go on the Rollercoaster?

Multiplication – Lower & Upper KS 2 Grid Method: 6 x 25

Multiplication – Upper KS 2 Short Multiplication for 2 -digit x 1 digit: 43 x 6 = 43 6 x 18 240+ 258 This method is the next step on from the grid method

Moving on to. . . 1. Calculate 602 × 57 2. Calculate 143 × 37

Division – Upper KS 2 Short Division – HTU ÷ U

Mental Calculations Each week the children have a mental calculation lesson where they are shown and get the chance to practise mental calculation strategies. They learn strategies such as ‘re ordering’ and ‘partitioning’ How would you re order this to make it easier to calculate? 17+20+13+11+30=

Your turn A school buys some yo-yos as prizes. The yo-yos cost £ 4. 25 each. The school has £ 40 to spend on prizes. They buy as many yo-yos as they can. How much money is left? Don’t forget informal jottings are encouraged so feel free!

Real life problems Oranges usually cost 65 p each. Today you get 4 for £ 2. 00. Do you save any money? If yes, how much? Good deal or bad deal? Biscuits usually cost £ 1. 35 a packet. Today you get 2 packets for £ 2. 70. Do you save any money? If yes, then how much? Good deal or bad deal?

I had one pound. I bought two cartons of drink and got thirty pence change. How much did each carton of drink cost? KS 2 2006 Mental test level 3 Emily chooses two numbers. She adds the two numbers together and divides the result by 2. Her answer is 44. One of Emily’s numbers is 12. What is Emily’s other number? KS 2 level 4 Kate and Jamie each have some money. Altogether they have £ 1. 50 Kate gives Jamie 10 p so that they both have the same amount. How much money did each have at the start? Show your method. KS 2 2007 Paper B level 4

SATs Children who start Year 6 in September 2014 will be the last to take Key Stage 2 SATs in their current form, before they are overhauled for summer 2016. These SATs have already undergone some changes, with the aim of making them fairer for all children. In 2011, a review into primary school assessments recommended a greater focus on the progress children make throughout the school year, as opposed to a test-day snapshot of what they know. It also highlighted the value of teacher assessment (after all, who knows your child better than their class teacher? ).

All Year 6 children are required to take externally-set assessments in English and maths. The standard papers cover levels 3 -5, with level 4 being the expected national average at the end of primary school. Occur in May. All children sit the Level 3 -5 paper. Children will complete a mental paper and two written papers. Both written papers will be non-calculator. Children will have already attempted past papers so use to the format. Some children will sit the two Level 6 papers (non calculator).

How you can help at home! - Lots of practice especially of practical, real life maths i. e. shopping, measuring and estimating - Playing board games – cards, snakes and ladders, dominoes - Cooking- get the measuring equipment out - Telling the time- ask for digital and analogue - My. Maths. co. uk - Online Applications - www. transum. org DB Primary

My Maths

Transum

Websites and apps DB Primary Converting fractions, decimals and percentages Telling the time

Take home. . . Online Applications How to support your Child at home handout.